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CBS
Dec 9, 2012 6:00am PST
on sunday morning. >> osgood: steve hartman introduces us to a couple who made football a family affair. we get a visit from techno-clause, our david pogue bearing gifts. we'll be remember jazz great dave brbake. but first the headlines for this sunday morning the ninth of december 2012. an american doctor abducted by the taliban five days ago in afghanistan has been rescued. he was freed early today in a joint u.s.-afghan operation ordered after intelligence revealed that his life was in danger. in a televised speech last night venezuela's president hugo chavez revealed that his cancer has returned. chavez travels to cuba today for his third cancer operation in 18 months. governor of south africa says that 94-year-old nelson mandela is in the hospital for tests. the former president is said to be doing well. florida's former republican governor charlie crist has switched political parties. he's now a democrat. speculation crist may run for governor again in 2014 challenging the republican who currently holds office, governor rick scott. in washington state, dozens of same-sex couples waite
CBS
Dec 2, 2012 6:00am PST
there was steve jobs, trump, the car dashians, simon cowell. in previous years mel gibson. >> thank you so much. reporter: and then there's kanye west who famously interrupted taylor swift's acceptance speech at the 2009m.t.v. music video awards. barbara walters called him fascinating a few years earlier. but aaron james calls him something else. a delusional a-word. >> although he's a very talented artist, he thinks he's much more significant as an artist, much more talented than he is. he says my greatest pain in life is that i'll never be able to see myself perform live on stage. >> reporter: yet somehow my heart doesn't break for him. but before we start pointing fingers, jeffrey numbering says there's a little bit of a-wordishness in all of us. the internet? it's like the promised land for a-words. >> anonimity makes this easier. time was when you wanted to post anonymous nasty remarks about people's political or sexual or person habits, the only place you had was the wall of the public bathrooms. now the whole world is a big public laboratory where you can scrawl whatever you want without
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